ASOS are about to drop a stunning line on Monday that I wanted to share with you. It is inspired by traditional African occasion wear, and is all about authentic African lace partnered with sheer black organza overlays. Sourced and produced in Nigeria, these unique laces are mixed with digital monochrome prints on trousers and tunics, perfect for layering. Expect shades of spearmint and pastel pinks (swoon!) with pretty scallop edges to soften sporty chevron jersey binding and baseball top styles. This range from ASOS aims to help growth and empowerment in Africa, encouraging artisans and community groups as well as larger producers across the continent – so buying from this collection is a pretty good deed indeed! I have chosen my top picks for you to feast your eyes on and if anything takes your fancy make sure you pop by ASOS on Monday to pick up fashionable items that feel a bit guilt free.
Just to give you an idea of pricing the cut out dress is £55 and the lovely midi dress (which is my personal fav) is £35.
Some of you may have noticed that I haven't been present much on my blog and social media recently. I have had a crazy two weeks at work and with my personal life so have had to put a hold on blogging. I have also decided to make some changes on the way I post so expect more pictures and less words on a regular basis. I have also chosen to improve my writing skills by having an in depth discussion post once a month on a fashion related topic. I'm hoping this will make my blog more engaging and my english language skills increase. Have a fab weekend lovely's I am using it to catch up on oscar nominated movies, first up Dallas Buyer's Club.